86. Powers of enforcement.

B.     Enforcement of Prohibitions

86.     Powers of enforcement.

If conditions A and B are satisfied in the case of a ship1, structure or other object, an enforcement officer2 may, with or without assistants3, exercise the powers set out in heads (a) to (g) below in relation to it4.

Condition A is satisfied if the enforcement officer has reasonable grounds for suspecting that: (1) an offence under Part 5 of the Wireless Telegraphy Act 20065 has been or is being committed by the making of a broadcast6 either from a ship, structure or other object in external waters7 or in tidal